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concentus

(kənˈsɛntəs)
n
archaic a concent
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Hector McDonald has been principal horn with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and Concentus Musicus Wien, performing on the Vienna, Baroque, Classical, natural, and modern double horn.
The Hngyang Na Atayal chorus of Hsinchu County, Taiwan is a big winner of this year's Orientale Concentus International Choral Festival, winning in three categories: Mixed Voices, Chamber and Folksong, according to media reports.
There is no resident orchestra, and so, over the past decade, no fewer than 18 orchestras ranging from the ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien and the late Nikolaus Harnoncourt's Concentus Musicus Wien to the Wiener Symphoniker and the Freiburger Barokorchester have graced the pit.
Peter's, the composer declares that the collection is intended to be sung in the church and for devotional use ("ad Ecclesiae concentus, et usum pietatis"), but offers no more specific purpose, and none can be discerned from the choice of texts.
In November 2012, Buchbinder presented a live recording of Mozart concertos with Concentus Musicus Wien and Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Also, Dynasty Financial Partners announced the launch of Concentus Wealth Advisors, Mark Griffin joined the Phoenix Cos., and Tom Ming joined Pensionmark Retirement Group.
(45) "[...] ed omnes se invicem diligant, omnes se invicem foveant, et quasi unum corpus diversa se membra sustentent: quos non mortiferi cantus, et acroamata scenicorum quae mentem emolliant ad amores, sed concentus Ecclesiae, et consona circa Dei laudes populi vox et pia vita delectet [...]" (Hex.
Another seventeenth-century work is a printed book dating from 1627 by Johann Donfrid's Viridario Musico-Marianum / Concentus Ecclesiasticos plus quam Ducentos.